The biggest and bloodiest battle of the English Civil War, Marston Moor was a major Parliamentary victory which saw an Anglo-Scottish army under Cromwell and Fairfax overwhelm a Royalist force under Prince Rupert and the Marquess of Newcastle. The battle outside York lost the north for King Charles and marked the beginning of the end of the Civil War. This lecture, originally delivered at the battle site, gives a succinct portrait of one of the major engagements of English history.
Robert Neville Lawley
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SB 56pp 2016 N&MP Reprint of 1865 Original Edition